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Thank you everyone for being with us in prayer and in spirit as we made our journey across the Atlantic Ocean. It was a splendid journey and wonderful to re-connect with some of our previous exchange students and their families!
I asked each family member for their faves from each place we visited so here we go:
Beth- My first passport stamp of the trip and I bought some beautiful tulip bulbs!
... It was a fantastic journey and would not have been as successful or enjoyable without all of their assistance and companionship. Until we see you again Auf Wiedersehen, Au revoir, Adios, Nakemiin, Farvel, "Goodbye"!
Post note: we will add the rest of the pics and I will edit some of the better ones so look for them in a post return blog ...
... it was feeding time. This zoo included a water slide which was a huge attraction. We chose not to stand in the long lines just to slide down the slide into the water below. It would have cooled us off but you know how it is waiting in long lines!
We have been impressed at how neat and clean everything is in the areas we've visited. Lots of pretty flowers and well tended lawns - even in poorer areas.
Well it's Thursday and ...
... so we just stayed on the coach and fixed lunch. By the time we'd finished eating the rain had stopped so Jim took over and on we went to Buckeye Lake.
We got set up in our campsite then went to eat dinner. Jim found a local diner called "Clay's Cafe" in Hebron, OH. You can see pictures attached. It was quaint with stools at the counter that reminded us of our growing up ...
... valley. I told Elysia it made Highway number 1 from Ely, MN to the North shore appear Straight. However, there were covered bridges. After crossing the Ohio river to West Virginia the road continued very crooked, but now it was climbing and falling as well. I was not sure I would ever make it to Uniontown, ...